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If you’re experiencing abuse from your partner, you don’t have to deal with this alone. If your group or school would like to learn some healthy relationship skills, please contact Brandon Pendleton, Primary Prevention Coordinator.
Please call our 24/7 HELPline at 512-396-(HELP)4357 to speak to an advocate about your options. Austin area teens and young adults can contact Expect Respect, a program of SAFE that engages youth, parents, schools and communities in building healthy teen relationships and preventing dating abuse. Check out the Texas Advocacy Project for more information. He gets to talk about cool topics like this with kids and adults alike.
Feb 16 at 7 pm: Vagina Monologues at Stonewall Warehouse Download and distribute our poster on healthy relationships and self-compassion February is Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Month, a national effort to raise awareness about abuse in teen and young adult.
Throughout the month, organizations and individuals nationwide join forces to educate young people about dating violence, teach healthy relationship skills and prevent the devastating cycle of abuse.
You may have heard several different words used to describe teen dating violence (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Here are a few: Warning signs Being able to tell the difference between healthy, unhealthy and abusive relationships can be more difficult than you would think.
No two relationships are the same, so what’s unhealthy in one relationships may be abusive in the next.
Casey Campbell, 18, of Hartford, an accounting major at Western Connecticut State University, plays a game called Myth and Fact, Wednesday, Feb. The Women's Center of Greater Danbury conducted an awareness program about healthy relationaships at the University.
It's defined as the physical, sexual, or psychological/emotional violence within a dating relationship, as well as stalking.
It can occur in person or electronically and may occur between a current or former dating partner.
The nation’s awareness of sexual assault has been raised in recent months by high-profile men in entertainment and politics being accused of coercion and violence, and losing their jobs. Campbell meanwhile correctly identified his second card as a myth that sexual abuse only affects girls and women.
This is the first year that the Women’s Center used candy and a gameshow-style quiz on Valentine’s Day to get the message out about dating violence, sexual assault, and red flags in relationships. His third card read: ‘If you are sexually abusive, you have anger management issues.’ “True,” he said.They don’t have to do anything alone.” Most students who stopped at the Women’s Center table on Wednesday did not stay to play the game, but picked up a red-and-white heart-shaped lollipop with a note attached to it about Women’s Center resources.